Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Bank Block, Barton

Built in 1905 by the Barton Savings Bank and the Barton National Bank. In 1909 the Barton National Bank bought Barton Savings Bank. The bank did not close during the Depression, except for the national bank holiday. Nobody lost any money. The Bank Block is now occupied by Toronto Dominion Banknorth and lawyers.
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5 comments:

  1. Looks like a sturdy building...guess it would have to be to be a bank! Nice.

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  2. Nice building. I love brick buildings, that's what I miss about the east coast.

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  3. Nice building. I love brick buildings, that's what I miss about the east coast.

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  4. It does look like a bank building, yes. Built like a brick--------I don't think the saying has the word bank in it. hmmmmm MB

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